How does an IP ban work?


Sandra Pique


Our network includes many security measures to ensure a clean and trouble free environment for your hosted services. One of these features is an automatic mechanism designed to prevent violent login attacks. IP barring is set by the server to block requests from a specific IP or IP address range.

When an IP is disabled, it will only block traffic in and out of that particular IP. This feature will not in any way suspend or hinder the hosted services you provide to others. In the eyes of others, your website and all its services are running normally.

Professional proxies encrypt your network traffic so that it cannot be read by hackers, network administrators, or even your Internet service provider (ISP). Because you can connect to servers around the world and receive a new IP address every time, it is very easy to bypass the IP ban.

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